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mmunicated to the police they arrested three suspicious characters residing in that locality, who gave their names as John T. Smith, Oliver Jones, and Austin Conley. A search being instituted in the house of the latter, the police recovered the fole. Mr. Gardner could not positively identify either Conley or Jones as the men who robbed him. His identification of John T. Smith as one of the parties was, however, complete, and the Mayor accordingly remanded him for examination before the Hustings Court for felony. Smith took Gardner's pocket-book from his person. The case against Conley and Jones (the latter written on the cage book "Allover," instead of Oliver Jones,) was continued for another hearing, when perhaps other inculpatory evidence may be introduced. The young man Smith is a native of this city, and the son of respectable parents; but, from extreme youth, has enjoyed the unenviable reputation of being one of the worst boys in the city.--The robbery in which he was eng